Aid to the Church in Need sees some hope
Amid murder, kidnapping of priests, religious and Catholic laity in India and Nigeria, and African Sahel region and Mozambique

Christians continue to face persecution across the globe but there are many signs of hope, according to the Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need

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UN Assembly resolution passes with promotion of homosexuality and transgenderism
Under intense pressure from Biden administration, no vote was taken

For the first time, the General Assembly has unanimously adopted a resolution that includes “sexual orientation and gender identity.” In diplomatic statements during the session, twenty-two countries objected to the inclusion of the controversial terms. Still,

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Filmmaker ousted from NBA game for protesting abuse of Uyghurs
Jason Jones inspired by an NBA player to protest human rights abuses by China

Peaceful NBA game-goers holding signs in protest of China’s systematic abuse of Uyghurs and NBA’s ties to China were ousted from Monday’s night’s Pelicans vs. Wizards basketball game at Washington, D.C’s Capitol One Arena. 


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Anglican bishop resigns, enters Catholic Church
Rt. Rev. Jonathan Goodall arrived at the decision after one of "the most testing periods" of his life

A Church of England bishop said on Friday that he was stepping down to enter into full communion with the Catholic Church.

The Rt. Rev. Jonathan Goodall, the Anglican bishop of Ebbsfleet, explained

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Covid travel ban traps two priests serving San Bernardino diocese in India
Three parishes served by the priests are living without pastoral and sacramental care they had provided since being assigned there in 2019

Two priests ministering in the Diocese are in their native India and unable to return to the United States due to restrictions related to the COVID-19 virus.

Father Jos Rajesh Peter, Parochial Vicar

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